More lies from This administration

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  1. editec
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    editec Mr. Forgot-it-All

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    Gees-Louise!~ this administration is certainly veracity-challenged, isn't it?

    They just lie and lie and lie and nothing gets done about it!
     
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    Ya cause those agencies all told the White House and the President about those "meetings" and that the company was seeking a deal.

    Wanna provide some proof of THAT?
     
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    editec Mr. Forgot-it-All

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    If I could make sense of your point I'd do my best to respond, sport.

    You want to try again?
     
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    There is a veracity problem alright but it isn't with the administration in this case.

    A Commerce Department official wished Hunt Oil officials “a fruitful visit to Kurdistan.”

    Taken as written here, there was no deal of any kind yet.


    A Hunt Oil general manager said he met with nine State Department officials and none expressed opposition.

    Who were these nameless officials and was a potential deal even discussed or were the discussions about something else?

    Five days after the announcement of the deal, a State Department official told Hunt officials about another “good opportunity in Iraq.”


    How does this relate to the fact that the White house was 'shocked" over the first deal? Who is this nameless State Department offical?

    The reporter, or rather story teller that penned this article is simply providing fodder for another conspiracy theory at best. Of course, the OP of this thread is indeed my favorite conspiracy theorist.
     
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    I like this site, though there are so, so many. (lies and sites that is!)


    Bush Lies...
     
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    Another hit and run post from the left.
     
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    Diuretic Permanently confused

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    Another meaningless remark from the right. Can't address the issue but can come with a drive-by quip.
     
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    What issue? There is no evidence to support the claim. It is an attempt to smear by inuendo. Par for the course from the left.
     

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